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Resy Launches in Charleston; Fried Chicken Challenge

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Emma Humphries
Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas.

DOWNTOWNResy, a new reservation app, officially launched in Charleston last week. The mobile app allows users to pick tables from their phone at downtown restaurants like FIG, The Ordinary, The Westendorff, Butcher & Bee, Little Jack's, and Le Farfalle. The app allows lets you put your name on a waiting list for reservations, which could come in handy at the perpetually-packed FIG. Resy hopes to expand the list of establishments, so it will be able to make recommendations for users, based on their preference. [EaterWire]

MOUNT PLEASANT — On Saturday, October 22, at The Grove at Patriot’s Point, local chefs will compete in the inaugural Southern Fried Chicken Challenge. Guests will have a chance to sample all the yard bird and a portion of the proceeds will go to the Green Heart Project. Chefs haven’t been announced yet, but tickets are only $12 if you buy early. [EaterWire]

EASTSIDE2 Nixons ramen pop-up has a new home for Saturday nights. Chef Jeffrey Stoneberger and his band of merry noodle makers will set up at Bar Mash every other Saturday from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Now you can check out the killer tunes on the bar’s jukebox while enjoying ramen and a cold beer or cocktail. [EaterWire]